Describing the Process of Recruiting Minors into Group Counseling Within the Public School Division
Recruitment and Screening of Minors for Group Counseling
Group work emerges as one of the most interesting phenomena in the counseling profession. The sheer number of group counseling methods, which are applied to a wide range of mental health issues for a variety of populations, attests to group work's visibility and impact. Over the last several decades, a surge of research studies have increased knowledge about how certain types of groups are effective under specific conditions (Corey & Corey, 1997). The challenge now is to seek answers to research questions that will help counselors understand how group processes specifically operate in effective groups. The question is not whether groups work, but rather which group-specific independent and dependent variables are associated with successful process and outcome (Corey & Corey, 1997).
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